Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

 

The three players are Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly.

 

Man City defeated Man United at Old Trafford, thanks to Bailly’s own goal and Bernardo Silva’s strike.

 

But Schmeichel defended De Gea’s performance and focused his criticism on Shaw, Maguire, and Bailly.

 

 

“The second goal was a terrible goal to concede,” Schmeichel told BBC Radio 5 Live.

 

“David de Gea couldn’t do anything initially, but my god, what are Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw doing on the back post?

 

“They should clear the ball. Maguire and Shaw both leave it, they both have the chance to clear it, thinking that either the keeper is coming out for it or that it’s going out for a corner. Oh my god!

 

“David de Gea couldn’t do anything about the second goal, it should have been cleared. The defending, I mean.

 

“Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”

 

Schmeichel added: “We talked about this pre-game – what version of Eric Bailly will turn up today?

 

“He got away with a couple of similar situations on Tuesday, this time he didn’t. To allow City to get the cross in when you have seven players in the box is not good enough.

 

“Two players at the back post could have scored if Bailly didn’t touch that anyway, but Bailly should have easily cleared that for a corner.”

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  1. Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

  2. Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”

  3. Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

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    Oluwabusuyi Olasunkanmi says:
    November 6, 2021 at 8:43 PM
    He should blame that coach not those guys 🙄😒🤣😂😏

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    Gabriel Ayigabo says:
    November 6, 2021 at 8:53 PM
    The three players are Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly.

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    Ozoume Emmanuel says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:15 PM
    well, if left for me , I will say He tried his best. the while team should be the one taking the blem.

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    Ozoume Emmanuel says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:16 PM
    He did well. the DID has been done.

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    Abiodun opeyemi says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:21 PM
    Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”

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    John Nweke says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:32 PM
    Good news

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    John Nweke says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:32 PM
    Nice one to climax

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    Anifowo mira says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:36 PM
    thanks to Bailly’s own goal and Bernardo Silva’s strike thanks for the update climax trend 👍🏽✌️✌️✌️

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    ataka Emmanuel says:
    November 6, 2021 at 9:39 PM
    They should try harder next time so

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  4. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

    The three players are Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly.

    Man City defeated Man United at Old Trafford, thanks to Bailly’s own goal and Bernardo Silva’s strike.

    But Schmeichel defended De Gea’s performance and focused his criticism on Shaw, Maguire, and Bailly.

    “The second goal was a terrible goal to concede,” Schmeichel told BBC Radio 5 Live.

    “David de Gea couldn’t do anything initially, but my god, what are Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw doing on the back post?

    “They should clear the ball. Maguire and Shaw both leave it, they both have the chance to clear it, thinking that either the keeper is coming out for it or that it’s going out for a corner. Oh my god!

    “David de Gea couldn’t do anything about the second goal, it should have been cleared. The defending, I mean.

    “Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”

    Schmeichel added: “We talked about this pre-game – what version of Eric Bailly will turn up today?

    “He got away with a couple of similar situations on Tuesday, this time he didn’t. To allow City to get the cross in when you have seven players in the box is not good enough.

    “Two players at the back post could have scored if Bailly didn’t touch that anyway, but Bailly should have easily cleared that for a corner.”

  5. Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”
    5:19 AM
    Thanks for the update Climaxtrend Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

    The three players are Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly.

    Man City defeated Man United at Old Trafford, thanks to Bailly’s own goal and Bernardo Silva’s strike.

    But Schmeichel defended De Gea’s performance and focused his criticism on Shaw, Maguire, and Bailly.

    “The second goal was a terrible goal to concede,” Schmeichel told BBC Radio 5 Live.

    “David de Gea couldn’t do anything initially, but my god, what are Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw doing on the back post?

    “They should clear the ball. Maguire and Shaw both leave it, they both have the chance to clear it, thinking that either the keeper is coming out for it or that it’s going out for a corner. Oh my god!

    “David de Gea couldn’t do anything about the second goal, it should have been cleared. The defending, I mean.

    “Man City have been far, far superior and it could have been four. There’s a lack of willingness to do what you have to do – closing down, stopping the crosses, the passes, it’s not happened.”

    Schmeichel added: “We talked about this pre-game – what version of Eric Bailly will turn up today?

    “He got away with a couple of similar situations on Tuesday, this time he didn’t. To allow City to get the cross in when you have seven players in the box is not good enough.

    “Two players at the back post could have scored if Bailly didn’t touch that anyway, but Bailly should have easily cleared that for a corner.”

  6. Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

  7. Thanks for the update Climaxtrend Former Manchester United star, Peter Schmeichel, has blamed the club’s three players for the second goal Manchester City scored against the Red Devils during Saturday’s Premier League derby.

    The three players are Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly.

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